Mexico

With Trump's envoys coming, Mexicans are hoping their government will take a harder line against the U.S.

With Trump's envoys coming, Mexicans are hoping their government will take a harder line against the U.S.

On the eve of visits by the U.S. secretaries of State and Homeland Security, many in Mexico are calling on their leaders to take a harder line with an administration in Washington that is widely viewed as hostile to Mexico.

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly — key Cabinet representatives of President Trump — begin a two-day visit to Mexico Wednesday at a tense time for the two nations.

While outraged with Trump, many Mexicans have been equally upset at what they see as an anemic response from Mexico City to a U.S. administration that has threatened to erect a border wall, step up deportations and impose a big tax on goods...

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